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Squall Line (The Inland Seas Series Book One) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Robin Rankin

Squall Line (The Inland Seas #1)Squall Line by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Squall Line by Gwyn McNamee is the first book in the Inland Seas Series. I love Ms. McNamee and have read almost everything she has released and knew as soon as it was released I would be reading it. She is one of the few authors I love so much that I don’t bother reading the synopsis because I will be reading the book.

She once again did not disappoint me with this story featuring Grace and War. She just has a way of pulling you into the story and refuses to let you go. I loved the way Grace stood up to War fron the very beginning and would not stop even when she pushed him and his temper to edge.

This is a happy ending cliffhanger if that makes sense. I’m so looking forward to the next book to find out what happens next and to the rest of the guys.

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Squall Line (The Inland Seas Series Book One) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Julie Lounello

Squall Line (The Inland Seas #1)Squall Line by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Squall Line (The Inland Seas Series Book One) by Gwyn McNamee is a five star novel. I have read several books by this author and she has yet to fail to captivate my attention from the first several paragraphs. The author’s way with words is breathtaking and intelligent. The names in the novels I have read, always have hidden meanings and are brilliantly chosen for each novel. War and Grace, the two main characters in this novel are aptly named. Grace is a good girl who is forced into the shopping industry by her father when he suddenly passes away and leaves the family in a lurch. Warwick is a man who was forced into doing bad things because of his upbringing and didn’t fully realize as a teenager what he was getting himself into. As these two are forced into each other’s orbit, they each realize that their main goal in life might be shifting to include each other.

Review by @julie-lounello
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Squall Line (The Inland Seas Series Book One) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Birna Bjornsdottir

Squall Line (The Inland Seas #1)Squall Line by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I just finished reading Squall Line by Gwyn McNamee.

This was such a fresh and fun story line!
I really had pictured something completely different after reading about the book and I was excited to read it – let me tell you that I was taken by surprise and it was a thousand times better than what I had in my mind!

I absolutely fell in love with all the characters, the surroundings were described so perfect that I could clearly picture them in my mind and like I said earlier – the story line itself was amazing and kept me on the edge of my seat, for all the right reasons!

Warwick and Grace both surprised me and I love both of them – they are both complex characters that you can’t ever pin down and you’ll learn a lot about them and what lead them to be where they are, when you meet them.

I devoured this book and I’m actually going to be reading it again!

That’s how good it is.

Gwyn McNamee is one author that I’ll be looking for, from now on – I really hope that we get to see books about the rest of the characters we saw in this book.

I’d give this book 10 stars if I could. Thank you Gwyn McNamee, thank you.

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Squall Line (The Inland Seas Series Book One) By Gwyn McNamee – Review by Lisa Helmick

Squall Line (The Inland Seas #1)Squall Line by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

First off I want to say I LOVE the cover of this book. That drew me in right there! Then I start reading and I am captivated by the beginning. Them I’m thinking…it can’t get better?? Yes…yes it does! The names of War’s crew and we won’t even talk about their attitudes but DANG! I love this!

My only and I mean ONLy issue is all the rehashing in their heads! I’m not saying this situation doesn’t warrant it. Pirates..Kidnapping and Mafia..OH My! Each of these characters comes off very strong (not physically) and to hear them be so unsure in their heads turned me off after a while. That’s not to say I didn’t devour this book. Because I did! I read it in one day! This is a great idea for a series. A new avenue of Something that has been missing. Modern day pirates! I can t wait for Cutter’s adventure into romance.

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Squall Line (The Inland Seas Series Book One) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Heather Bahm

Squall Line (The Inland Seas #1)Squall Line by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Squall Line (The Inland Seas Series Book One) by Gwyn McNamee is a contemporary romantic suspense with a current day twist to piracy. The author opens this series with a bang setting a high speed pace that works for this novel! Grace and War are amazing characters and seeing their depth and development is amazing. This is the perfect pair to kick off this series as supporting characters are also introduced. Gwyn McNamee is a genius in her story lines and The Inland Seas series is no exception! After reading through the suspense, drama, chemistry and just desirable attributes that came forth in this initial book of the series, I can only imagine what will be delivered next!!

Reviewed by @hbahm

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Squall Line (The Inland Seas Series Book One) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Karyn Taylor

Squall Line (The Inland Seas #1)Squall Line by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Squall Line is the first book in The Inland Seas series by Gwyn McNamee. Having read several books by this author before, I had high hopes for this book and the author definitely lived up to my expectations.
Although this is a contemporary romance novel, this book had so much action and suspense too. I was gripped into the story from the very first page and hooked right up to the end wondering how Warwick and his team were going to survive and escape the wrath of the evil Arturo.
The sexual chemistry which simmers between Warwick and Grace is compelling and you can’t help get drawn into the angst between the 2 of them.
I loved the other guys in Warwick’s team. They were not just secondary characters, they added so much to the story and I look forward to getting to know these guys better in the rest of this series.
I have to make one comment about the ending…WTF!! There better be more of Grace and Warwick in the remaining books in this series as there is one ‘little’ question I need the answer to. NOW!

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Squall Line (The Inland Seas Series Book One) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Shannon Fowler

Squall Line (The Inland Seas #1)Squall Line by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Modern day pirates! Misunderstood bad guys! This is what all romance dreams are made of.
McNamee does not disappoint! McNamee’s stories always have parts that make you laugh, cry and even sigh. Squall Line is no different in those aspects. However, it is different in that it is original (at least to me). Pirates usually conjure images of long ago, peg legs, eye patches, smelly uncaring men. Thankfully that is not the case in McNamee’s world of pirates!

I loved this adventure as I was not sure which way it was going to go. The ending left me wishing it wasn’t ending but still smiling, wanting more and glad to know that there is more in this new series! I loved that this story was easy to follow, not too many characters or story lines. Just the right amount of suspense, steam and adventure!

I recommend this story as well as other stories by McNamee.

Reviewed by @shannonlovesbooks

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Squall Line (The Inland Seas Series Book One) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Kaitlynn Taylor

Squall Line (The Inland Seas #1)Squall Line by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Squall Line (The Inland Seas Series Book 1) by Gwyn McNamee

5-stars

I am always eager to start any book from this phenomenal author; without a doubt she always leaves me wanting more! I have read so much from this author and I’ve honestly loved it all, however, this one has been my absolute favourite by far! From the very get go I was hooked; I had never read anything like this before so I was highly entertained and intrigued the whole way through.

I felt so invested in this story and in these characters that I ended up reading this book in one sitting as I honestly couldn’t bring myself to stop reading, I just had to know how it was all going to play out, and Gwyn did not disappoint!

As usual I can’t wait to dive into another book from Gwyn McNamee, I would absolutely recommend this book to anyone looking for their next one of a kind read!

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Squall Line (The Inland Seas Series Book One) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Anastasia Dodson

Squall Line (The Inland Seas #1)Squall Line by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This author is awesome. I’m beginning to think there isn’t a book she can write that I won’t like! This one is a little different than her previous books but that makes it that much better. I devoured it and I want to get my hands on more! The characters in this book are fantastic. The chemistry is off the charts and the banter is great! The book was full of suspense and angst and man that cliffy was crazy! I cannot wait to read more by this author and I would recommend to a friend!!

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Squall Line (The Inland Seas Series Book One) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Sara Oxton

Squall Line (The Inland Seas #1)Squall Line by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Squall Line by Gwyn McNamee a five-star read you would go to sea for. This is the first novel in the Inland Seas Series and I cant wait for the next one, Gwyn McNamee is one of those authors you get excited to see they have something new coming out, one of those authors you need to read everything by, this one is no exception it shows us her great writing style and bring you into the story in a great manner, it’s not what I am used to reading from her, but I adored the style. War and Grace are so different in so many ways, but so good for each other and similar in others, they make the story so compelling. Pick up this novel as you won’t be disappointed, all I am sad about is that the next one in the series isn’t hear already.

Review by @saraoxo

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